TIMOTHY SPEYER by Cameron Slater
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Suite 427, The Linen Hall, 162-168 Regent Street, London W1B 5TE
Phone: 020-7038 3737
Fax: 020-7038 3739
E-mail: agents@granthamhazeldine.com
WWW: www.granthamhazeldine.com
Height:5'6" (167cm)
Weight:11st. 3lb. (71kg)
Playing Age:45 - 58 years
Appearance:Eastern European, White
Eye Colour:Blue-Grey
Hair Colour:Fair
Hair Length:Balding
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Warm


Recently seen in the RSC’s production of DON QUIXOTE in the West End, Timothy is currently filming a yet to be announced project for Sky TV. Recent reviews : "..the performance that touches the heart comes from Timothy Speyer as the gulled apothecary, Mr Gallipot..." Charles Spencer, Daily Telegraph. "...apothecary Gallipot is deliciously played by Timothy Speyer..." Quentin Letts, Daily Mail. (The Roaring Girl, RSC Swan Theatre)

Stage Television Film Short Film Commercial Further Credits
2019, Stage, Barber Surgeon, Don Quixote, RSC / Nimax, Garrick Theatre, West End, Angus Jackson
2018, Stage, Aunt Alberta, David Walliam’s Awful Auntie, Birmingham Stage Company, National Tour, Neal Foster
2017, Stage, Antonio, The Cardinal, Southwark Playhouse, Justin Audibert
2016, Stage, Tribulation, The Alchemist, Royal Shakespeare Company, Polly Findlay
2016, Stage, Barber surgeon, Don Quixote, Royal Shakespeare Company, Angus Jackson
2016, Stage, Pope, Doctor Faustus, Royal Shakespeare Company, Maria Aberg
2015, Stage, Peter Quince, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Royal Shakespeare Company / Garsington Opera, Owen Horsley
2015, Stage, Constable Macdonald / Jane Tromleyton, The Ladykillers, New Vic Stoke / Hull Truck, Mark Babych
2014, Stage, Justice, The Witch of Edmonton, Royal Shakespeare Company, Gregory Doran
2014, Stage, Gallipot, The Roaring Girl, Royal Shakespeare Company, Jo Davies
2013, Stage, Sir Oliver Surface, The School for Scandal, The Park Theatre, Jessica Swale
2013, Stage, Bernard Baxley, Laburnum Grove, Finborough Theatre, Oscar Toeman
2012, Stage, Moses, The School for Scandal, Theatre Royal Bath, Jamie Lloyd
2012, Stage, Sir Charles Marlow, She Stoops To Conquer, National Theatre, Jamie Lloyd
2011, Stage, Master of the Flocks, CARDENIO, Royal Shakespeare Company, Gregory Doran
2011, Stage, Robin Starveling, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Royal Shakespeare Company, Nancy Meckler
2011, Stage, Penury, THE CITY MADAM, Royal Shakespeare Company, Dominic Hill
2010, Stage, Man 1, THE 39 STEPS, Fiery Angel/ Criterion Theatre, West End, Maria Aitkin
2010, Stage, Snug the Joiner, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, The Rose Theatre, Kingston, Peter Hall
2009, Stage, Sarcastic bystander, PYGMALION, Theatre Royal Bath/Hong Kong Arts Festival 2009, Peter Hall
2009, Stage, Pumblechook, GREAT EXPECTATIONS, Manchester Library Theatre, Rodger Haines
2008, Stage, John Rugby, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, Shakespeare's Globe, Christopher Luscombe
2008, Stage, Bruce Fairlight, THE VORTEX, Bill Kenwright/No.1 Tour/Apollo Theatre, West End, Peter Hall
2007, Stage, Sarcastic Bystander, PYGMALION, Peter Hall Co. at Theatre Royal Bath and No.1 Tour, Peter Hall
2007, Stage, Einstein, ARSENIC AND OLD LACE, Vienna's English Theatre, Philip Dart
2006, Stage, Nicola, ARMS AND THE MAN, Vienna's English Theatre, Philip Dart
2006, Stage, Glov, THE ANATOMIST, Eastern Angles, Tour, Ivan Cutting
2005, Stage, Narrator, GOBLIN MARKET, Southwark Playhouse, John Terry
2004, Stage, Uncle Alan, TOM'S MIDNIGHT GARDEN, The Birmingham Stage Company - No.1 Tour, Graeme Messer
2002, Stage, Alfred Doolittle, PYGMALION, Eye Theatre, Tom Scott
2001, Stage, Bottom, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Eye Theatre, Tom Scott
2000, Stage, Fred, BRIDGES AND HARMONIES, The Bridewell Theatre, Oren Lavie
2000, Stage, La Surette, MADEMOISELLE COLOMBE, The Bridewell Theatre, Graeme Messer
2000, Stage, The Cricketer, THE BOUNDARY, The Bridewell Theatre, Carol Metcalfe
1999, Stage, Bruno, THE WITCHES, Birmingham Stage Company - No.1 Tour, Graeme Messer
1998, Stage, Agent, PUSS IN BOOTS, Polka Theatre, Vicky Ireland
1997, Stage, Diggory, SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, Birmingham Old Rep Theatre, John Harrison
1995, Stage, Toad, THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS, Milford Haven Torch Theatre, Mike James
1995, Stage, Colbert, WHILE THE SUN SHINES, Channel Theatre Company - No.1 Tour, Phillip Dart
2019, Television, Turnip Journo, Cinderella; After Ever After, King Bert/ Sky TV, Elliot Hegarty
2013, Television, Mr Delaney, Call The Midwife (Series 3), BBC Television / Neal Street Productions, Juliet May
2012, Television, Starveling, Shakespeare Unlocked, BBC Television, Nancy Meckler
2009, Television, Graham Unwin, The Impressions Show with Culshaw & Stephenson, BBC Television, Angie De Chastelai Smith
2008, Television, Brian Thurlow, Londoners (Series 1), Besta Films / Telewizja Polski, Greg Zgzlinsky
2006, Television, Judge Jefferies, The Dorset Hanging Oak, Channel Four Television, Margret Loesher
2006, Television, Mr Prichard, Wind up TV, BBC, Darren Sole
2003, Television, Andrew Gilligan, The Hutton Enquiry, BBC Television
2003, Television, Alistair Campbell, Newsnight, BBC Television
1996, Television, Male Lead, The Unmarried Family, BBC Television, Bruce Todd
1995, Television, Barry Bradford, Crime Monthly, London Weekend Television, Kathryn Wolfe
2004, Film, Male Self Improver, The Clap, Break Thru Films, Geoff Lindsay
1997, Feature Film, Thomas, The Mystery Man, Diocese Productions, Ron Craddock
Short Film
2001, Short Film, Wino/tramp, Plonk, Lucid Dream Pictures, Julian Newman-Turner
2009, Commercial, Dancing Gardener, Cuprinol Sprayer Musical, Coy Communications, Mark Denton
2009, Commercial, Lead, Follon Shampoo, Lovo Films, The Deck and Le Nitch
2008, Commercial, The Vicar, 118 118, HSI London, Simon Cole
2007, Commercial, Dad, Cheerios, Another Film Company, Simon Neal
2006, Commercial, Teacher, Sony Playstation, Another Film Company, James Haworth
2005, Commercial, Camera Shop Manager, BT Broadband, Outsider, James Rouse
2005, Commercial, Dad, Friends of the Earth, Thomas Thomas Films, Tony Barry
Further Credits
2003, Radio, Alistaire Campbell, The World at One and The World Tonight, BBC Radio 4
2003, Voice Over, Andrew Gilligan, The World at One, BBC Radio 4


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Cockney, East European, London, Polish, RP*, Somerset, West Country, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Bass-Baritone, Highland Dancing, Jazz Dancing, Period Dancing, Piano, Tap
Performance:Voice Over
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence


GSA (Guildford School of Acting) 3 Year Acting course (Winner: Best Actor 1994)